Monthly Archives: May 2011

I heart Robin Johnson

Consider this post my birthday card to Robin Johnson. In an interview on DIS, A.L. Steiner and A.K. Burns discuss their queer feminist “film installation” / “sociosexual video” , Community Action Center (2010). Asked to “describe feminist fashion,” Steiner and … Continue reading

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Times Square press kit photographs: Robin Johnson

“TS-57-26 Robin Johnson, 16-year-old Brooklyn miss, makes her feature film singing and acting debut as Nicky Marotta, an uninhibited product of the streets who sets New York City on edge as a wild runaway from authority in Times Square.” © … Continue reading

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Robin Johnson, et al, “Code Name: Foxfire” b/w promo pic

Continuing the celebration of the magnificent Robin Johnson… This is a most unusual photograph of Robin Johnson in that she looks (to me, at least) somewhat uncomfortable. Deb Mac shared her collection of Code Name: Foxfire publicity photographs with the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Robin Johnson!

This is the first of several posts this month in which we celebrate the unique magnificence of Robin Johnson. (l-r) Sheryl Lee Ralph, Joanna Cassidy, Robin Johnson. This 8×10″ colour photograph is a promotional image for the 1985 TV series, … Continue reading

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